Will Google’s search algorithm changes force websites to use HTTPS?
ernard 7 weeks ago
The San Jose Mercury News reported that Google will start adding whether a website uses HTTPS to the factors that determine its search ranking. Will this be enough to force widespread adoption of HTTPS? I certainly hope so. Also, how much of a difference will whether or not a site uses HTTPS make in its search rank?
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